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LEAGUE WEEK 11

Posted by seamus mccormick on February 4, 2020 at 5:15 AM

CLONARD HIBS BEAT DC IN TIGHT GAME

Clonard Hibs beat Dc in good game Star Celtic take a good point at home to an in form Caseys Hibs 58 thump Forresters Casement have strong home win over Crumlin Star and St Matthews win easily away to Suffolk Celtic

DC 3 CLONARD HIBS 5

John Doyle had a 2-0 win over Joe Corr and that was followed by a 2-0 win for John McCann over Seamus Armstrong snr. In the next game Conor Hanna (16&24) produced a man of the match performance in another 2-0 win against Seamus Armstrong jnr Back came the Dc through Chinky Smith (23&23) beating Anto Smith 2-0 and the match was at 3-2 when Alan Hanna (25&21) beat Dan Delaney (18&180) 2-1.Adam McDade (23&22) beat Sean Armstrong 2-0 to make it 4-2 to Clonard but Matt Doone beat Tommy Fitzpatrick 2-1 to take it to the last game in which Pearse Maguire (21&24) beat Davy Smith to claim the points for Hibs

STAR CELTIC 4 CASEYS 4

This was a good result for Celtic against an in form Caseys.Seamy Roberts beat Stephen Curley 2-1to get the away side going but Brendan McStravick (24) beat Eugene Brannigan 2-0 to make it 1-1 The away side went 2-1 up thanks to a man of the match performance from Brian Kerr (32&24) in a 2-1 win over Rab Lyttle (26) but it was level again when Paul Fitzpatrick (24) beat Stephen Leckey 2-1.This time Celtic went ahead thanks to a 2-0 win for Gerard Smith (24) over Matt Boyle only for Kevin Mallon to level the game again with a 2-1 win over Henry mcTasney jnr. Tony Kelly then edged the home side ahead thanks to a 2-0 win over Gerry McIlduff and in the final game Dan Cahoon gave Caseys a share of the points with a 2-1 win over Henry mcTasney snr

HIBS 58 8 FORRESTERS 0

This was a one sided affair with 58 winning all eight games starting with a 2-0 win for Martin Mooney over Paddy Black. In the next game Damien Corbett (24&18) produced a man of the match performance which included a 135 bull finish in a 2-0 win over Martin Stafford. It was 3-0 when Tony Corr (25&23&180) beat Sean McCurdy 2-1and it was 4 when

Tucker Clarke (23&25&180) beat Michael Burns 2-0 Mark Lynch (24)made it 5 with a 2-0 win over Ray Lavery and it was 6-0 when Peter McDonnell snr (17) beat Andy Gray 2-0 Next up was Martin Corbett (22&25) with a 2-0 win over Oliver McMahon and Sean Patterson (24&29) made it 8-0 with a 2-1 win over Paul Stafford

CASEMENT 7 CRUMLIN STAR 1

Casement threw great darts in a convincing win over Crumlin Star. Getting things going was Paul Condon (28&21) with a 2-1 win over Peter Fitzpatrick (28)and it was 2-0 when Henry McCann (29&26) beat Seamie Martin 2-1 Eddie Robb (21) made it 3-0 with a good 2-0 win over Dougie Bowes and Vinty Lenzi (22&22) made it 4-0 with a 2-0 win over Tommy Henry. Ricky Saddler(21&29) made sure of the points with a 2-1 win over Robert Creen (28).In the next game Ben Lagan(22&19) put the Star on the scoresheet with a man of the match performance in a 2-0 win over Joe Doone but that's as good as it got for the Star with Gerry McCormick (22&24) beating Peter McAlorum 2-1 and then Chopper McKay(26) enjoyed a 2-1 win over Freddie Stilgees to leave the final score at 7-1 to the home side

SUFFOLK CELTIC 1 ST MATTHEWS 7

St Matthews travelled up to the Suffolk Celtic and came away with a great win Up first was Davy McCusker (19&25) with a good 2-0 win over Tucker Kearney and Micky McCartan (22) made it 2-0 with a 2-0 win over Junior McManus and in the next game Dessie Magee (15&24) produced a man of the match performance in a 2-0 win over Patrick McGeown In the next game Con Kielty made it 4-0 with another 2-0 win and the points were secured with yet another 2-0 win this time for Martin Irwin (19) in a good game with Jim Lynch and Billy McDade (18) made it 6-0 (we won't mention the first game) in another 2-0 win over Caolan Kearney James McStravick(22) got a leg on the board for Suffolk but lost 21 to Joe McAttamney (27&27) so it was left to Kevin O Neill (20) to put Suffolk on the scoresheet with a 2-0 win over Jimmy Lavery

Next week is the John Patterson cup in the Hibs club with an 8.30 start

PAT McGAHAN

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